The World’s Top 10 Highest Paid Female Athletes 2015

Today, female athletes are making huge sums of money from their respective sports as well as brand endorsements, for which they are roped to cash on their popularity around the world. In fact, they are not far behind their male counterparts in terms of earnings.

Here is a list of world’s 10 highest paid female athletes in 2015:

10. Paula Creamer

Paula Creamer

Paula Creamer, the 28 year old US based golf player, makes it among the 10 highest paid female athletes in the world. Till date, she has been victorious in 12 tournaments, including 10 prestigious LPGA Tour events and has been n the highest rank of number 2. Her annual earnings amount to $ 5.5 million.

9. Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska

Agnieszka Radwanska is a well known tennis player from Poland, who is currently ranked at number 13 in WTA Rankings. The brilliant player has bagged a total of 14 singles titles till now and makes the annual earnings of $ 6.8 million, making her one of the highest paid in the world.

8. Ana Ivanovic

Ana Ivanovic

Next on this list is Ana Ivanovic, again a pro tennis player. She hails from Serbia and has an annual income of $ 7.4 million. Currently, Ana is the number 7 ranked player in the world and has held the number 1 ranking in 2008, when she was the winner of the French Open.

7. Caroline Wozniacki

Caroline Wozniacki

The Danish tennis star, Caroline Wozniacki, is the seventh highest paid female athlete in 2015, with the annual earnings of $ 10 million. She has held the WTA number 1 ranking for 67 weeks, which is the highlight of her career.

6. Victoria Azareka

Victoria Azareka

Featuring next on the list of world’s 10 highest paid female athletes in 2015 is yet another professional tennis player, Victortia Azarenka from Belarus. Besides a whopping annual income figure of $ 11 million, this great performer has several achievements to her credit, including two Australian Open singles titles, a bronze medal at 2012 Summer Olympics and a gold medal in mixed doubles at the same event.

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